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post #16 of 196 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 10:48 AM
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WANTED: Parts for a T5 conversion for my existing 4 speed.

Namely, bell housing & adapter, trans, clutch & pressure plate, cross member, and anything else I'm might be forgetting.

I plan on using a z-bar/clutch fork set up. Thanks.

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post #17 of 196 (permalink) Old 10-10-2008, 02:10 PM
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Things I don't have:

C6 or manual transmission
302,351W,429cj or scj
snorkels
wiring harnesses
distributors
grills



Things I do have:

351C 4v motors (M code)
351C 2 v motors
351C carburetor (4v)
351C carburetor (4v M code manual)
square bore M code intake
spreadbore 4v manifolds( D2 & D3)
4v (cobra jet and boss) oil pans $100- $150
2- magnum 500's 7x15's
1- ram air base & seal (no lid)
door glass (minor scratches)
1/4 window glass for coupe & fastback
rear windows
gauge bezels and standard bezels
seats
hood hinges
hood latch support ( no single post)
bumpers


sheet metal:
doors $75 - $ 150
fenders $75- $150
hoods ( no nasa hoods) $75 - $150
doors $75- $150


misc.:

chrome trim
sports mirror
OEM sports lamps
C4 tranny
FMX
gas caps
battery hold down
shifter handles

If theres anything you need thats not on my list just call: 541-979-6080 or email: wahajonz@aol.com

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post #18 of 196 (permalink) Old 10-11-2008, 01:04 AM
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Looking for passenger side 67 Fastback drip rail molding no dings doesn't need to be perfect but should be nice.

1967 GT S-Code Fastback http://www.gtscode.com and www.SilverBullitt.com
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I am in need of a late 68 coupe passenger side quarter panel, from at least mid wheel opening back. Not an immediate need, but if someone happens upon one I'd be interested.

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post #20 of 196 (permalink) Old 10-16-2008, 11:11 PM
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Wanted:
-'65 4spd clutch and brake levers
-'65 or '66 front seats
-'65 or '66 convertible rear seats
-'65 convertible a/c console
-'65 a/c evaporator
-'65 quick ratio steering box, rebuildable

For Sale:
- '65 Bench Seat
- '65 289 complete, needs rebuilding
- '95 AOD, needs rebuilding

Let me know what you have or want.

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post #21 of 196 (permalink) Old 10-26-2008, 12:43 PM
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I'm looking for:

~ Holley Strip Dominator or Edel. Scorpion intake for a 4v Cleveland (or TFC/Funnelweb)
~ Std bore/std deck 4bolt/2bolt Cleveland block
~ 65/66 fiberglass hood
~ 65/66 Shelby style front valance
~ 9' set up for 65/66

I have
~ 3speed/OD toploader
~ '69 351W shortblock
~ '72 351W heads
~ NIB Professional Products dual plan 351W intake

Email/message me for more info or pictures!
Matt0matic@comcast.net

Thanks, Matt
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post #22 of 196 (permalink) Old 11-10-2008, 06:30 PM
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New Napa DOT5 Silicone Brake Fluid.

Have two bottles 32 fl. ozs. decided to go back to DOT 3.

I will sell both bottles for $15.00 each so $30.00, that is less than 1/2 of retail price.

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post #23 of 196 (permalink) Old 12-05-2008, 03:45 PM
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Hi Guys,

I'm not sure I want to do this but I thought I would post to see if things would work out. I considering selling my 64.5 Vert to buy a BMW M5. Here are the details:

118K original miles, 260/C4, very early car, I'm the third owner. The car has black plates and the original dealer plate frame. It sold in Turlock, CA. The last time I had it down at Knotts, it was the earliest Vert there. Car runs well but motor is tired meaning the lifters make a little noise. It doesn't smoke or burn oil and shifts fine. Color is Forest Green, white standard interior. The car has a new top, (white). Other than the paint, the car is untouched, all stock except the shift lock security. It has some typical door panel, quarter panel rust on the drivers side. Pretty clean and straight. It looks like it may have a repair on the drivers qrtr as I see some bondo cracking. There are no signs of metal damage or repair.
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I planned to restore the car but I have too much fun driving it and not worrying about it. If you have some interst, drop me a PM and make an offer. Think about it, who knows, maybe there is a M5 in my future!? and a Vert in yours.

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post #24 of 196 (permalink) Old 01-05-2009, 07:29 PM
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Used Magnaflow Stainless Exhaust

Due to the addition of my Gear Vendors Overdrive I am going to go with a completely custom Exhaust System and H-Pipe.

I am selling the complete Magnaflow Stainless 2.5" kit for 67 - 69 Mustangs that retails for well over $400. It was used for only 100 miles but the stainless has already discolored so it is definitely used and was installed to my car.

The system is out and disassembled.

It will be too hard to ship so I am selling local pickup only for $300. This price includes 67 -69 style stainless tips. These were custom fit to the exhaust and retail for $90. They are the polished stainless steel, exact copy with new rolled edge design style.

You would likely need new collectors since this was mated to a 390 with a four speed but that would be very easy.

I need to sell by this week or I will scavenge pieces for the custom exhaust I am having built.

I will also throw in two 32 oz. bottles of Napa DOT5 Silicone Brake Fluid to Norcal Members.

1967 GT S-Code Fastback http://www.gtscode.com and www.SilverBullitt.com
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Well I installed the exhaust and now have a free X-pipe for pick up only!

1967 GT S-Code Fastback http://www.gtscode.com and www.SilverBullitt.com
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For Sale:
"71 disc brake spindles with brakes. Complete, needs nothing. New seals and bearings,recent pads(Raybestos HD), rotors just turned, braided hoses,extra set of Porterfield R4S pads(a few track sessions on them from my last set of brakes). Clean, painted and ready to bolt onto your 65-73, all you need to do is change your tierod ends for the larger end that the 70 and up have. The reason for switching to this set-up is that the spindles are much larger than 65-69. The reason I am selling this set-up is that I put a Baer brake kit on my '67 and it used '70 drum brake spindles. SOLD.

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post #27 of 196 (permalink) Old 02-18-2009, 02:49 PM
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Looking for a small block Shelby Aluminum Intake.

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2006 Dark Toreador Red F-250 Lariat PSD CC 2WD
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edit: Sold rear window glass. Only have door glass left. Both left & right side door & vent window glass (non-tinted) for 67-68 Fastback.

Price reduced to $100 obo

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Full set of 67/68 Mustang Fastback door glass.... $100
Left & Right door glass
Left & Right vent windows

Glass is in good to fair condition. No cracks or major rock chips, but some scratches.

Selling locally... don't want to bother with shipping.

67 C code fastback - more pics
Paint & Body done 1/27/09
351w
Global West a-arms
Maier springs
Koni shocks
Baer disc brake system
alum radiator w/dual electric fans
G-Force T5
31 spline 9" w/3:50 gears
Azenis RT 615 225/50/16 front & rear

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Re: Wanted

Try horseheavn@aol.com for all your parts wants. They have lots of early mustang parts.


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post #30 of 196 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 08:18 AM
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Well I installed the exhaust and now have a free X-pipe for pick up only!
Hello,

I was wondering if this was still available?
If so where exactly are you located in NorCal?

Thanks,

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